Ohana 2.0.0

Ohana 2.0.0

TestsTested
LangLanguage Obj-CObjective C
License MIT
ReleasedLast Release Mar 2017

Maintained by Adam Zethraeus, Nick Entin, Maxwell Elliott, Uber.



 
Depends on:
UberSignals~> 2.0
libPhoneNumber-iOS~> 0.8
 

Ohana 2.0.0

  • By
  • Nick Entin, Maxwell Elliott, Doug Togno and Adam Zethraeus

Ohana is a framework for working with a user's contacts on the iOS platform. It provides a component-based architecture for loading and processing contacts, as well as managing state such as contact selection and tagging. Whether loading contacts to display to a user, or processing contact data programatically, Ohana provides a simple, but extensible, framework for contact access in your application. Check out the wiki to learn how the library works. There are two quickstart guides available: one for Swift and one for Objective-C. If you have any questions, feel free to ask on Stack Overflow (tag "ohana").

Features

  • [x] Easy to get started
  • [x] Extensible architecture
  • [x] Runtime-injectable components
  • [x] Swift-compatible

Running the Examples App

  • Clone the repo git clone [email protected]:uber/ohana-ios.git
  • Open the Example directory cd ohana-ios/Example
  • run pod install
  • open Ohana.xcworkspace
  • Run the OhanaExample scheme in Xcode

Authors

Contributions

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  • If you find a bug, open an issue or submit a fix via a pull request.
  • If you have a feature request, open an issue or submit an implementation via a pull request
  • If you want to contribute, submit a pull request.

Check out the Contribution Guidelines for more information.

License

Ohana is released under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.